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the website problems, all you have to do is turn the entire program over to the national security agency. nsa has a website that just won't quit as we all know. >> all right. bob franken, thanks so much. >>> coming up, bill karins and richard lui will be here for first buzz. all the stories we're talking about this morning including halloween costumes and this new menu item. but first, a little bit of spooky trivia. what percentage of americans believe in ghosts? is it 15%, 25%, 35%, or 45%? we'll have the answer when "first look" returns. before william hughes fought in vietnam... and john hughes jumped into normandy... and john anderson hughes served in world war i... and before robert hughes joined the spanish-american war... there were families connected to the belief that freedom was worth fighting for. we're proud to help veterans and their families succeed here at home. about yoplait's fall favorites. so we brought pumpkin pie and apple crisp back for a limited time. see? you really do call the shots. ♪ yoplait. it is so good. if you have a business idea, we have a personalized legal
is publishing more information from edward snowden the national security agency computer technician who is spilling the secrets of u.s. surveillance. bob orr is our homeland security correspondent. today's story say they may be stealing the communications of the networks of google and yahoo!, what did you find out about that today? >> reporter: scott, it seems n.s.a. is getting far more aggressive than it's been in pushing back of these stories based on the leaks, specifically n.s.a. chief keith alexander denied the "washington post" report which claimed that the u.s. government is using some kind of secret back door or back doors to routinely scoop up millions of communication records from users of yahoo! and google. alexander made point of saying that n.s.a. does get information from those internet search companies but only through court orders. >> pelley: bob orr in our washington newsroom. thank you, bob. in egypt, a top leader of the muslim brotherhood was arrested today by the military government, it's part of the crackdown on brotherhood which advocates a strict islamic governmen
continue. "the washington post" says the national security agency broke into communication centers for yahoo and google in order to steal millions of communications records from those companies. nsa director though general keith alexander denies that report. he is also denying a report that the nsa spied on the vatican. the italian magazine panorama says the nsa recorded vatican phone calls and may have eavesdropped on the conclave when the cardinals selected pope francis. >>> the justice department has joined a lawsuit against the firm which conducted the background check of nsa leaker edward snow denial. the suit was -- snowden. the suit was filed by a former employee of the national investigations service. the lawsuit claims the government was billed for background checks which were not completed properly. the just department says it's going to file its own legal complaint in this case coming up in january. >>> a report from the government accountability office finds contract guards who protect federal facilities aren't receiving the proper training. specifically when it deals w
briefly current national security agency practices. including its bulk data collection programs and the implication these programs have tube for the privacy of nevadans and millions of other law-abiding citizens. due to published reports in newspapers rander around the wo, nevadans are well-aware that the federal government has been collecting phone data of law-abiding citizens without their knowledge. these practices are mostly authorized by section 215 of the patriot act. specifically, section 215 permits the f.b.i. to seek a court order directing a business to turn over certain records when there are reasonable grounds to believe that the information sought is relevant to an authorized investigation of international terrorism. madam president, relevance has been found by the courts to be a broad standard that, in effect, allows large volumes of data to be collected. these same records can be combed through in order to identify smaller amounts of information that are relevant to an ongoing investigation. so to put it in other words, it's been aestablished that section 215 allo
clearance process on behalf of the director of national intelligence, we thank you for that. we thank you for your -- all your service to our country and joining us today. next witness is steven lewis, director -- deputy director for policy for industrial and physical security policy and office of the undersecretary for intelligence at the department of defense. the undersecretary of defense for intelligence is responsible for dodd's policies, programs, and -- d.o.d.'s polcy, programs, and guidance and related personnel and security. mr. lewis, thank you for your testimony today. we are clited to note, i mentioned doctor in the audience today, his daughter, sarah, who for a number of years was my scheduler. she told me where to go every day with relish. i usually went there. ot always on time. as the assistant director for special security director, mr. prioletti is responsible for leading the oversight and security clearance process on behalf of the director of national intelligence. wanted to say, steve, i understand the secretary for the -- secretary of defense for intelligence is resp
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